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JHS Videography Students Experience World- Leader Digitell in Jamestown

Article Contributed by Jamestown Public Schools “We have LED backlights and green screens, I’m sure these are all things you are doing in your class,” said...

Fostering a Love of Family History with Our Children

Contributing Writer Janet Wahlberg  Here it is December already and for many of us this means getting together with family. It is a perfect time to...

‘Among the Hemlocks’ Documentary to be Screened in Westfield

Article Contributed by SUNY Fredonia Patterson Library in Westfield will host a preview screening of “Among the Hemlocks, Fantastic Stories from Fredonia, NY,” a documentary by...

BPU Contracts with EmKey Transportation to Purchase Natural Gas Line to Power Plant

Article Contributed by Board of Public Utilities The New York Public Service Commission (PSC) has approved the sale of the EmKey Transportation natural gas pipeline assets...

Infinity Seeks Artists for 5th Annual Art Market and Auction

Article Contributed by Infinity Visual and Performing Arts Infinity Visual and Performing Arts, Inc. is inviting local artists to participate in the 5th Annual Infinity Art Market...

Lucille Ball Little Theatre Announces Auditions for “No Sex Please, We’re British”

Article Contributed by Lucille Ball Little Theatre Lucille Ball Little Theatre of Jamestown, Inc. announces upcoming auditions for their January production of “No Sex Please, We’re...

JHS U.S. History Students Learn More about Civil War Through Reenactor

Article Contributed by Jamestown Public Schools “What do you eat?” asked a Jamestown High School U.S. History student to Brian Teagarden, a Civil War reenactor.  “Hardtack, which...

VMW Chapter 20 INC Selling Christmas Trees and Wreaths to Raise Funds for Care...

Article Contributed by Veterans of Modern Warfare Chapter 20 The Veterans of Modern Warfare Chapter 20 of Jamestown is selling Christmas trees to raise funds to send...

Interpretations

Contributing Editor Walt Pickut If I were a primitive savage — no voting on that one, please — and if I had never seen an ordinary,...

Chautauqua Center to Hold Community Health Fair at St. Luke’s December 8

Article Contributed by St. Luke's Episcopal Church The Chautauqua Center will partner with St. Luke’s Episcopal Church to offer a Community Health Fair on Saturday, December...